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ABC
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
talking through sunday. a bull's eye in southwestern iowament and parts of eastern nebraska and north carolina and this alone comes with severe weather. pockets of it tonight. hail and damaging winds. also isolated tornados possible and a more jelled together area for severe storms for saturday from rapped city to des moines, look out. can grats on your wedding. >> thank you. >>> the numbers worse than thought at one of the most dangerous labs in america. the president being briefed after cdc workers were possibly exposed to live anthrax. asking the authorities how did this happen. >> reporter: deadly anthrax rising tonight to 84. the cdc scrambling to decontaminate what should be the safest and most secure labs anywhere. earlier this month, workers in three labs handled live anthrax without wearing protective suits. they thought the bacteria was dead, but soon saw it was very much alive. >> reporter: the cdc is devastated by this. >> it was something that should never have happened. we pride ourselves in making sure our people are safe and protected so they can protect you. >> report
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
public power states, omaha public power , nebraska public power, and our national power association and some of our roles. they are all working together. that is the good news. the bad news is, they are completely panicked and how to actually do the plan and how actually meet the 26 percent mandated reductions. because we are 72% reliant upon cold -- coal. so in reaching out to them, they are frustrated with the lack of direction, what they see as conflicting information from the epa. one of the areas they would like to have nailed down his percentages for reduction are based on -- is it 2012 numbers or 2005 numbers? >> where we look to start to see where states were was the data, most recent data, which is 2012. >> the baseline is 2012. or would they be confused about 2,005? >> there is not really a baseline. >> how is there no baseline? >> starting carbon intensity. the reason people are confused about 2005 is because 2005 is the year the people have been using a lot to talk about our progress toward reducing greenhouse gases. so in describing the impact of the rule epa has compar
Al Jazeera
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
midwest are bracing for more flooding rivers that have overflowed their banks in iowa, nebraska, south dakota and minnesota. days of thunderstorms have swelled and more floods passed a previous record set in 1959. the mudslides have left two hospital buildings teetering along the mississippi river. >> meteorologist: we've seen daily records, monthly records even yearly records broken for a lot of cities in these areas. we'll show you the forecast. the tournament system that caused all the rain to sweep is now crossing across the great lakes. here across the area we're picking up thunderstorms this evening. unfortunately, we're going to be seeing a lot of flooding along the river rivers. the flood warnings along those river areas. we don't expect to see a lot of rain this evening but up here towards the missouri river, even here along the miss my river and now water is going to be down stream. a lot of flood stages to the north we're going to see flood stages to the south start to peak out as we go through the next couple of days. the forecast looking like this. as we go towards sunday
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
nebraska. senator sheldon white house joins us tonight here on "the ed show." good to have you with us. i would like to focus in first on germany. how can they have it so right and prove to the world how it can be done and yet we have it so wrong when it comes to alternative energy? what do you think? >> in germany, they are pulling together and in the united states we have big polluters and big coal and oil interests and big utilities who are trying to knock down the effort to move toward solar, wind and other renewable forms of power. it's a different political environment. it sure does play out in the difference you have described. germany shows what we are capable of though if we get organized. >> popularity of the solar panels of roof tops in germany has really changed things. and they do subsidies. do you think we should go down that road in the united states to make it a successful campaign to entice consumers? >> i think we should. i think there are a lot of areas are where installed solar is competitive with grid power at the plug. but you don't get support from the local u
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
crested, swelled by a crazy amount of rain. iowa and nebraska were also hit with severe flooding from this week's late spring storms. medical marijuana is coming to the state of new york. smoking it will still be against the law, but it will be available in vapor or edible form for people suffering from illnesses such as cancer and a.i.d.s. now, the rest of the day's news, including where in the world is krystal ball? find out on "the cycle." >>> iraq is front and center once again this friday. government forces have said, not so fast, to those isil militants who moved in on the country's largest oil refinery. it's now become an all-out battle for control. the iraqis are already beginning to receive the advice of the u.s. military in the form of about 300 military advisers, as the president calls them. they'll help the iraqis deploy their vast military resources in the most useful way possible. they'll also help gather intelligence so the iraqi military can further target their attacks on militants. but as the president said yesterday, it's up to the iraqis to fight this fight, and th
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
some fans in miami watching monday's game. i was watching at omaha, nebraska, at the college world series. everybody was watching. this is chicago. thousands of people watched the game in grant park. so many people showed up there, you can see how crowded. they moved the sunday viewing party to a bigger field. world cup 2014 and u.s.a. is marching along. >>> at least 86 workers at a federal lab may have been exposed to anthrax bacteria. that's according too the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta. analysts say this could be the largest case of anthrax exposure in more than a decade. but agency officials say the risk of infection is quite low. the cdc reports workers at a high-level biosecurity lab in atlanta did not kill the bacteria before sending the samples to a lower security lab. it was not equipped to hasn't live anthrax. the cdcs deputy director tells john roberts in atlanta that the incident is incredibly troubling. >> we are very, very concerned about this happening, and we're very, very committed to ensuring it does not happen again. >> agency officials
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm EDT
in omaha, nebraska. we appreciate all of you being here today. and under our rules as i think you heard, all of our witnesses are required to be sworn so we'd ask you to please stand and raise your right hands. do you swear the testimony you are about to give to the subcommittee will be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god? thank you. and we'll use again the timing system. a minute before the red light comes on. you'll see the lights change from green to yellow giving you an opportunity to include your remarks. your written testimony will be printed in the record in its entirety. please try to limit your oral testimony to no more than five minutes. mr. farley, we're going to have to go first followed by mr. ratterman, then mr. brennan and then mr. quirk. kindly thank you all for being with us. >> chairman levin, senator johnson, we appreciate your interest in regulatory structure of the u.s. capital markets. my name is tom farley and i'm the president of the new york stock exchange. i have been in the business of running exchanges for most of my car
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
amount of rain. iowa and nebraska were also hit with severe flooding from this week's late spring storms. medical marijuana is coming to the state of new york. smoking it will still be against the law, but it will be available in vapor or edible form for people suffering from illnesses such as cancer and a.i.d.s. now, the rest of the day's news, including where in the world is krystal ball? find out on "the cycle." >>> iraq is front and center once again this friday. government forces have
Al Jazeera
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the midwest. we'll also watch parts of texas, kansas, and nebraska, later. in addition to hot weather into the low 90s there to the south. >> tomorrow being the first day of summer. >> yay. >> thank you very much. >>> we want to thank each and every one of you for watching al jazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. "techknow" is next. and you can always check us out 24 hours eye day by going to website -- aljazeera.com. and woe continue to monitor what is happening in iraq. >> this is "techknow." a show about invocations invocation innovations that can save lives. we're going to celebrate the intersection of hardware and humanity and doing it in a unique way. this is a show about science by scientists. let's check out our team of hard core nerds. lindsay moran is a starting for every move captured by a camera tracking her from above. >> she's acting a little bit suspicion. >> see the crime fighting tech that's creating
Al Jazeera
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am EDT
thunderstorms in parts of texas, nebraska and kansas. so we'll continue with severe weather. >> 1877, i remember that, it was wet too. rebecca stevenson, thanks. >>> finally, there has been a real reason why your mother told you not to ride a motorcycle. >> front brake, back brake, literally. i said i got to bail. i'm not going through the car, i have to go over it. >> that motorcyclist describing what's happening in this amazing video, showing him being hit by a car. the biker, mike smith, tumbles over the car and cartwheels and walks away. the only injury that he received was road rash. he said i pop it and walk. we want to thank you for joining us on aljazeera america. go to aljazeera.com where the news never stops and it continues 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. even in the teeth since the worst recession. college tuition and fees public and private kept raising faster than the cost of everything else. as undergraduating high schoolers have been picking colleges education change lives but so does college debt. it is the inside story.
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 3:00am PDT
days of extreme weather across parts of south dakota and also parts of nebraska with several confirmed tornadoes, several ef-4's also confirmed. that means tornadoes could potentially have winds up to 200 miles per hour. devastating across portions of the plains. there is a risk today for severe weather across minnesota and northwestern wisconsin. it is a small chance but it only takes one storm. damaging winds that could produce significant damage in your area. by saturday that risk expands to parts of south dakota, nebraska, illinois and across the state of iowa, you could be looking at severe weather. showers and storms in chicago and temperatures heating up into the 90's across parts of the southeast and also the plains. by the way, elisabeth, tomorrow marks the official start of summer early in the morning, summer solstice. let's head over to you. >> the i.r.s. commissioner headed to capitol hill today to answer questions about how two years of lois lerner's e-mails vanished into thin air. they claim her computer, her drive crash, a crash republicans consider suspicious.
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am EDT
for your answers. >> at this time i recognize the gentleman from nebraska. >> thank you. i appreciate that. i am humored by he argument that this is not a mandate. a federal agency saying 11 ala but have to make it to lincoln had a certain time and can only take 45 minutes to get there, that is a mandate. if you let it up to my imagination of our would get there, it is still a mandate. and so it is interesting that we can play word games. it will have costs. we are a state that is 72% reliant on coal. a state where you take 6-7 hours and 75 miles-per-hour to get across. so some of this does not make a lot of sense, but i have reached out to our major public power entities, we are an all-public power state. they are all working together. that is the good news. the bad news is, they are completely panicked in how to actually do the plan and how to actually meet the 26 percent mandated a reduction because we are 72% reliant upon cool. so in reaching out to them, they are frustrated with the lack of direction, what they see as conflicting information from the epa on how to move
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 2:00am PDT
wednesday we saw storms over nebraska. over wisconsin we could be seeing sever weather a small risk. large hail damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible. by saturday there is a little more of a widespread risk over nebraska and iowa and northern missouri. again a little wider area includ included there. portions of the midwest and out here across indiana, ohio could be some localized flash flooding. that's an issue as well across southwestern parts of the state of texas. temperature wise meeting up across the country take a look at this 90 again across parts of the southeast and also into portions of the plains. tomorrow morning is the official start of summer. this area like phoenix 109 degrees already feeling like summer. let's head over to you. >> the va releasing shocking new details about weight times at clinics across the country. tens of thousands of more veterans forced to wait for coverage. a marine veteran is fighting for his life because the department of veteran's affairs thinks he is dead. they have been receiving disability checks from the va until about two months
Univision
Jun 20, 2014 5:00am EDT
escenas similares al ocurrido nebraska con potentes torbellinos que arrasaron con todo a su paso, esta regiÓn ha sentido el impacto de 21 tornados en 72 horas 15 de ellos en la cota del sur. pudiera repetirse mÁs de lo mismo dirÍa que sí tenemos los avisos y alertas estas bandas de lluvias ahora era el gran riesgo para ustedes de minneapolis a porciones de iowa, incluso para ustedes sobre carolina del norte a porciones de virginia condiciones muy severas no podemos abandonarle oeste de texas, debido al calentamiento diurno tenemos que las temperaturas tambiÉn ayudan a que se desarrollen las condiciones muy severas. lentas tantos en california condiciones muy estables altas temperaturas se aproximan para notables manÁ sobrepasar el rango de los 80. del centro del paÍs todo el sureste especialmente para el fin de semana se va a sentir con el ingreso de calor, como si estuvieran en los 115 grados estamos hablando de temperaturas muy altas aunque no es el caso en phoenix, arizona 108 grados sobre las vegas 101, nosotros y subiÓ el termÓmetro en los Ángeles en los 82. fuera de eso
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 2:00am PDT
one spot. we're talking most of iowa, nebraska, southern minnesota, see how sioux falls has the lead at 13 inches. that's in -- what are we on the 20th day of the month? we have ten days left, and they have broken the record for the most rain ever in june. and the mississippi river, flooding through davenport. and flooding in sioux falls and sioux city. heading towards omaha. it's not record-breaking. but it's bad enough. and there are homes, water them and evacuations in the days ahead. and over the last three days, warm and high pressure system. an unusually cold system is responsible for the stormy weather and tornados earlier this week. the quiet weather pattern for today. that storm in the northern rockies drifts up into canada. still see storms, but not many severe storms. a stormy pattern for chicago, st. louis, atlanta, and the carolinas and beautiful into the northeast. and go into the weekend forecast. kind of a rainy day on saturday, looks along the carolina coast, and virginia coast too. and it only lasts so long. storms return to the flood area of iowa, minnesota and neb
FOX
Jun 20, 2014 5:00am EDT
, after the the heavy downpour. it sent homes in the dakotas, iowa and nebraska at a threat. river is expected to crest tomorrow. national guard troops have have been rushing to fill sandbags, to protect homes and businesses, but residents volunteers to help, speed up the efforts, say that they are being turned away. >> god bless the men, they are doing the best that they can and they are working very hard. unfortunately we have a entire community waiting in line after line after line. >> we have been through this before. we have sand bagged before. we're very good at it. we are quick and efficient at it. they are turning all of the public volunteers away. >> meanwhile near minneapolis, minnesota record rainfall has left several areas soak. the the governor has declared a state of emergency for 35 count ace cross the state due to heavy flooding. >>> 5:21. lets get right to sue. >> lets get right to that forecast because this is one that we're excited to give you. we don't always give you news from the weather authority that is good news, but today, it is a day where you should be much
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 4:00am EDT
and homes threatened. rain in dakotas, iowa, nebraska including big sioux river. the national guard built sandbags in north sioux falls trying to protect neighboring communities from the deluge. a levy is built across the highway. in dakota crews are working to shore up a levee there. and in iowa the river washed away boats and docks. the governor declared a state of emergency in nearly half of the state's counties. >> catastrophic for everyone from the canadian border down the iowa border. >> reporter: 4 inches fell yesterday in indianapolis where flooding there and in the surrounding area continued throughout the evening. just outside the twin cities the torrential rains flooded neighborhoods and left streets impassable. mudslides covered more roads and train tracks. in st. clair community gathered to save their homes from the quickly rising sioux river. >> shows how everyone comes together. >> reporter: planes were held. nearly 700 flights to and from o'hare were scrubbed. others reported hours-long delays. and the severe weather isn't over yet. more rain is expected in tupper mi
Al Jazeera
Jun 20, 2014 4:00am EDT
, with iraq in turmoil, a community of borrowing nebraska on the alert for news from home. >> we know soon they attacked the area, or passed the security line. and then we know there was that just killing everyone. voices from the american heart land, and their ties to a nation. >> also ahead, hanging on to every word, the latest app to launch an on campus crisis, it is called yikcak. how the vicious exchanges left even the principal speechless. should juvenile killers serve life without parole? >> the didn't even ask for the money they just shot him. >> horrendous crimes committed by kids. >> i think that at sixteen it's a little too early to write him off for life. >> should they be locked away for good? >> he had a tough upbringing but he still had to have known right from wrong. >> the violence plaguing an iraq in turmoil. some have taken temporary shelter but other have crossed the border, threing for refuge. it is a pattern we have seen for more than a decade, in fact, since 2003 when the u.s. entered the second iraq war, 100,000 iraqi refugees relocated to the united states. ab
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 12:00am EDT
state of nebraska has to use to calculate the 26 percent reduction, correct? >> that is the date we used to calculate their goal that they need to meet in toward the 30. >> again, if they are using 2012 as their baseline to reduce 26%, they are okay with the epa? >> as long as their plans shows that there will get to the goal that is set forth in the role. >> for 26%. >> 2030. >> by 2030. if that is 26 -- i don't know. >> that is the stated reduction that was told to the state of nebraska. so now, is there any flexibility in the states of using a different year as the baseline? >> well, no. >> we need to start the states at -- where they are. >> no is a solid answer. that is clear. clear is sometimes good, even if you disagree with that. if states include a regal will portfolio standard in state implementation, does that make a federally enforceable 90? >> the plans will be federally approved. we laid out an extensive discussion on this issue in the preamble that we are interested in getting people's feedback on because we heard this question of what and are looking for feedback on
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00pm EDT
gentleman from nebraska. >> thank you. i appreciate that. i am humored by he argument that this is not a mandate. a federal agency saying 11 ala but have to make it to lincoln had a certain time and can only take 45 minutes to get there, that is a mandate. if you let it up to my imagination of our would get there, it is still a mandate. and so it is interesting that we can play word games. it will have costs. we are a state that is 72% reliant on coal. a state where you take 6-7 hours and 75 miles-per-hour to get across. so some of this does not make a lot of sense, but i have reached out to our major public power enti
PBS
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm PDT
levels, already flooding parts of iowa, nebraska and south dakota. residents are filling sand bags and shoring up their homes against the encroaching water. the big sioux river is expected to crest tomorrow morning, a foot above the record that was set in 1969. >> ifill: in wisconsin, state prosecutors have accused republican governor scott walker of illegal fundraising. newly unsealed court documents show prosecutors allege he was part of coordinated fundraising with conservative groups in a nationwide criminal scheme. no charges have been filed against walker or any member of his staff. the investigation began in 2012 when walker faced a recall election, but a federal judge put it on hold in may. >> ifill: pro-russian separatists and ukrainian government forces were locked in intense fighting in eastern ukraine today. the rebels tried to organize their forces, but said they were outnumbered and outgunned. a top rebel commander begged russia for help. in london, nato chief anders fogh rasmussen said russia has resumed a military buildup along the border. >> we call on russia to st
Al Jazeera
Jun 19, 2014 9:00pm EDT
, with iraq in turmoil, a community of borrowing nebraska on the alert for news from home. >> we know soon they attacked the area, or passed the security line. and then we know there was that just killing everyone. voices from the american heart land, and their ties to a nation. >> also ahead, hanging on to every word, the latest app to launch an on campus crisis, it is called yikcak. how the vicious exchanges left even the principal speechless. an iraq in turmoil.guing some have taken temporary shelter but other have crossed the border, threing for refuge. it is a pattern we have seen for more than a decade, in fact, since 2003 when the u.s. entered the second iraq war, 100,000 iraqi refugees relocated to the united states. about a quarter of them arrived in the last year and a half. twenty-first stop is usually california, michigan, or texas, but many end up in mid western community where that do find new opportunities. >> you might imagine lincoln, nebraska, the heart of the white bread midwest, as an unlikely home to more than 1200 iraqi immigrants. but the federal government bega
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 9:00pm EDT
recorded vote on the amendment offered by the gentleman from nebraska on which further proceedings were postponed and the nays prevailed. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. fortenberry of nebraska. the chair: a recorded vote has been requested. these in support of a recorded vote will rise and be counted. northward. this is a two-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the chair: on this vote the yeas re -- the chair: on this vote, the yace are 167 and the nays are 244. the amendment is not adopted. the unfinished business is request for a recorded vote on amendment offered by mr. grayson on which further proceedings were postponed and the noes prevailed by voice vote. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. grayson of florida. the chair: a recorded vote has been requested. snim, a recorded vote is ordered. members will r
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
evening trapping some people in their homes in fact andersen's report sponsor ravishing but not nebraska i what south dakota all week. >> : another day another round of storms hitting part of the vest midwest for the third consecutive day for a touchdown this one in south central north dakota. as tornado left field of debris around damaged buildings. some people trapped after hollis is torn apart. family in the sauce hit from the storm in the basement. they could hear tornado above them >> : it was loud the wind kept going during last and hearing things that were hit in the house. it is allowed whirling noises. so luckily no one was injured >> : from the info at my family it through this. officials say 11 homes three businesses in westhampton springs damage government meant mobilize one of the soldiers from more the current national guard do publicly up meanwhile and abreast of far from over after town of 350 people hit by rare to and tornadoes on monday. three-quarters of that town is now gone. >> : and, as you walk through it's unbelievable >> : and where tornadoes have not struck it's
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. the amendment agreed to. -- is agreed to. for what purpose does the gentleman from nebraska seek recognition? the clerk will report the amendment. e clerk: the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. fortenberry of nebraska. at the end of the bill, before the short title, insert the following, section, none of the funds made available in this act may be used to provide weapons in syria. the chair: pursuant tos who resolution 62, the gentleman from nebraska, and a member opposed each will control five minutes. the gentleman from nebraska is recognized. mr. fortenberry: thank you, madam chair. i believe this amendment is absolutely consistent with the underlying portions of the bill that reaffirm that the policy of the united states should be that we will not enter into armed conflict in syria. madam chair, along the syrian-turkish border there is a family, a mother, a father and six children, one of the children is named alias. alias one day in his hometown in syria was walking to school. he had his hand on the school room door. then all of
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
excel and they're without a permit in nebraska. they'll be without a permit in south dakota so they're further behind than when they first started. >> should harry reid bring this to the floor for a vote in the senate? >> no. harry reid should not. he would be playing right into the koch brothers, axp and the republican hands on this. the pipeline's not in the national interest, and you know, they followed the policies and procedures under george w. bush with the state department and all federal agencies having weighed in. we should continue that process under the president, as well. >> oil prices are going up a little bit in the last few days because of the tensions in iraq. i would assume that the keystone conversation we're not far away from hearing how the pipeline has to be built to give us more energy security. are you prepared for that one? >> oh, yeah. representative lee terry is already out of the gate talking about how we need the the keystone excel pipeline because of the disruption in iraq and, i mean, it's a silly and uninformed argument for anybody who tries to ma
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
, were hurt. unbelievable images. >> yeah. it's been a violent week especially in the planes and nebraska. we saw those twin tornadoes earlier in the week. >> right. >>> but nothing like that for our area in fact lower humidity and cooler temperatures in the offing. look at the number right now. 75 degrees. a far cry from the mid 90s we were looking at yesterday at this same time. so drastic temperature change. almost 20 degrees colder right now in philadelphia. but also look, the sun, it's making a come back across our area. so if you are stepping outdoors, looking pretty good for the remainder of your thursday evening across our area. as we look at ultimate doppler, here the culprit. a front. it's moving to the south pushing the heat, the humidity out of here. we have leftover showers right now as we zoom in, you can see in particular down the shore but most of that activity it's moving out of here as well. so as we move into your evening, cloud cover decreases and the humidity, it's going to be going down as we move into the overnight. also, turning a little cool temperatures could dro
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am PDT
storms from iowa to nebraska into the kansas city area. we're going to watch that area for river flooding in the days ahead also. ♪ ♪fame, makes a man take things over♪ ♪fame, lets him loose, hard to swallow♪ ♪fame, puts you there where things are hollow♪ the evolution of luxury continues. the next generation 2015 escalade. ♪fame are the largest targets in the world, for every hacker, crook and nuisance in the world. but systems policed by hp's cyber security team are constantly monitored for threats. outside and in. that's why hp reports and helps neutralize more intrusions than anyone... in the world. if hp security solutions can help keep the world's largest organizations safe, they can keep yours safe, too. make it matter. ♪ [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ [ birds squawking ] my mom makes airplane engines that can talk. [ birds squawking ] ♪ my mom makes hospitals you can hold in your hand. ♪ my mom can print amazing things right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] my mom makes trains that
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
you, mr. chairman. i yield back. >> the chair recognizes the gentleman from nebraska mr. terry of nebraska. >> i'm humor this is not a mandate. if i live in omaha and have to make it to lincoln a certain time and can only take 45 minutes to get there, that is a mandate. even if you let it up to my own imagination how i get there, it's still a mandate. it's interesting we can play word games, but it's still a mandate and it will have costs. we are a state that is 72% reliant on coal. we are a state where you take six to seven hours 75 miles per hour to get across. so some of this doesn't make a lot of sense, but i have reached out to our major public power entities. we are in public power states, nebraska public power as well as our national power association and some of our rurals. they are all working together. that's the good news. bad news is they are completely panicked. in how to actually do the plan and how to actually meet the 26% mandated reduction. because we are 72% reliant upon coal. in reaching out to them, they are frustrated and the lack of direction, what they see a
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
memorable and historic twin tornados in pilger, nebraska. day two we went to coal ridge. it wasn't two but one big nasty looking storm. that barely hits the outskirts of one town. we shoulder you the pictures of wessington springs, south dakota which is not far away from that, too. the storm that spawned all of these hasn't moved at all. it's been remaining in the same location. let me take you to the weather map and show you where the storm is. it's been spinning over the montana border over idaho. that stormed combined with the high pressure and the humidity, all the collisions of the air masses have been in the same spot. when you get three days of this, not only do you get the severe weather and the bad weather, but you get torrential rains. now we have a horrible flooding situation setting up in this region. we have record flooding that's going to go to the missouri river and even omaha a moderate flood. last night it poured up here. all of that water is collecting and flash flood warnings in this region. watch toward the cedar river and the quad river. you can't get a station
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
republicans will have to vote for a new majority whip. >>> residents in nebraska are still cleaning up this morning from that devastating double tornado on monday. four tornadoes touched down during that storm, destroying nearly 50 homes and killing two people including 5-year-old kaly dixon. dixon's parents had just moved from alabama in anybody to help her grandparents. her granddaughter was a soft spoken girl who dreamed of becoming a doctor. >> and i said why do you want to be a doctor? she says, so that i can help people. and my husk crippled, she was constantly running back and forth getting things for him and doing things. she even got to the point where she made us call her dr. cally. >> nebraska officials say the two deaths there are the first in ten years caused by a tornado. >>> a brief scare for passengers on a southwest airlines flight out of tampa on wednesday. the plane was forced to turn around shortly after takeoff. it made an emergency landing back in tampa bay. the reason, the plane hit several birds causing significant damage as you can see there to the left wing of the
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
similar to what we saw in nebraska. >> we went to right get to that severe weather. abc's steve osunsami is on the scene in wessington springs, south dakota. good morning, steve. >> reporter: this is what's left of a car dealership. it's hard to tell which direction the tornado came because the whole place looks stepped on. i want you to take a good look right over there. there looks to be a trailer on top of other cars and all this rubble. it shouldn't be there. this whole town reeling from the tornado that hit here overnight. >> no, no, no, no. >> reporter: overnight the sky was falling again over families in the dakotas and in the midwest. 15 tornadoes reported in south dakota alone. >> listen to it. wow. you can hear the roar. >> oh, my god. we're so close. >> reporter: and look closely. another set of twin twisters like large whips from the heavens snapping through these small open towns bringing violent winds to families near crow lake. >> two on the ground at once. two on the ground at once. >> reporter: this was the tornado that struck wessington springs damaging more th
KRON
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am PDT
people in their homes. as andrew spencer reports. storms have been tearing through nebraska, iowa, and another day another round of storms hitting parts of the midwest. the four consecutive days tornadoes touched down. this will south-central south dakota. vehicles and was sentenced drinks have been lifted. as the turning on the field of debris around damage buildings. officials say some big here the terminal of them. >>: it was allowed for the winds that kept going we're hearing last that have crashed. we were hearing things that was just loud. it was so eerie to hear that. luckily no one was injured. but i'm thankful that my family made it through this. officials say 11 homes and three businesses and was sentenced brings were damaged meanwhile buckling up and address as far from over after the town of 350 people was it fire rear twin tornadoes all monday. about three-quarters of that town has now gone. the images into reporting. >>: up with turner on weather. erica following that. >>erica: the morning jams. holding out too cloudy conditions 3 the parts of the bay. pretty clear s
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am PDT
in areas of nebraska and south dakota. overall, this is the third day in a row of our major severe weather outbreak. we went three days in a row with over 300 storm reports. about 1,000 storm reports in the last three days. including over 100 tornado reports. a lot of wind damage reports along with the tornadoes. the severe weather threat will be around washington d.c. to virginia beach and also from minneapolis all the way back down. just outside of oklahoma city. a lot of the same areas that we've been watching. the main culprit in the midwest has been the spinning storm in the upper levels of the atmosphere. it's been taking its sweet time. it's still spinning over montana. another piece broke off and is headed through wyoming. that's going to cause additional strong storms during the day today. it's also brought up the snow up there in areas like glacier national park in the mountains of utah. it's still awful chilly behind that storm. there's not a lot of rain to had. that storm is exiting. dry thursday. in many cases temperatures will be right around where they should be for
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
seen tornadoes touching down in nebraska. then in saugd -- in south dakota we're looking at video yet again. a tornado touched down, did damage in several areas before lifting back up. the storms are expected yet again today across the dakotas, minnesota, parts of oklahoma. and there is a secondary area we're watching for the possibility of severe weather, that is the mid-atlantic states could be looking at large hail, damaging winds and isolating -- isolated damage. the temperatures still hot in the southeast and plains, into the 90's. steve, elisabeth, brian, yesterday we set records across the new york city area with airports reporting temperatures into the 90's. i think we got to the upper 80's in central park. let's head over to you. >> from central park to broadway to the big screen, "jersey boys" is hitting theaters tomorrow as a movie. >> just listen. >> one, two, three, four. ♪ sherri baby >> let's hit the eight track. >> what for? >> this movie much more than a toe-tapping do-wop because the man behind the camera is award winning director clint eastwood. >> that's right. m
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
again. >> it's made them explain for a couple of years. the double tornado that we saw in nebraska, let's go ahead and show you the video from several days ago. turned out to be a deadly tornado. this was so spectacular because meteorologists photographed it and it's quite unique to see the two cells together. here are the dynamics of that. a super cell. that's a large rotating thunderstorm, spawns one tornado. enough energy in the atmosphere so there's another tornado spawned so there's two tornadoes spawned. in north dakota there was one tornado with multiple vortices. it's unusual when you see it because it is spectacular. the little vortices can produce damage in themselves but it's the primary maine tornado that produced the damage. we see the flare-up of thunderstorms across the midwest, great lakes and not to be outdone. washington, d.c., a slight risk for this afternoon so watch for the potential for there to be delays at the international airport there. here's a strong to severe storm, about 41 million people in the line for severe weather today. mostly in the form of seve
CW
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am CDT
help with cleanup. another massive cleanup is still getting started in pilger, nebraska -- population 350 -- where twin tornadoes destroyed three-fourths of the town monday. islamist militants now control iraq's biggest oil refinery. extremists from the al-qaeda splinter group "i-sis" seized control overnight, despite resistance by iraqi army helicopter gunships. iraqi leaders insist the fighting over the refinery is still going on. it's the latest conquest of militants who want to carve a muslim state out of central and northern iraq. as iraq asks for american airstrikes against the islamists, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told a senate committee, stopping the militants is in america's interest. >> is it too late? sitting down talking to members of congress and saying let's look at the options? >> its only lead if you suggest that we could have stopped it in some way. >> would they prefer the u.s. stay in iraq? we prefer that our soldiers stay there? in harm's way? >>president obama met with congressional leaders yesterday to get their input on what to do ne
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 2:00am PDT
storm center. >> some of the strongest tornadoes in february february a -- nebraska and south dakota. in states like minnesota parts of iowa down to candace and oklahoma. there's a secondary area we could be seeing severe weather and that's across the mid atlantic states like maryland, parts of southern new jersey. you could see storms with large hail and damaging winds. there's a smaller risk for tornadoes. it could potentially produce a tornado on the ground and produce damage. we have a risk of flash flooding especially across the midwest. several inches of rain expected out here. take a look at the highs 97 in raleigh, atlanta, widespread across texas. in the northeast a cool down only in the 70s in new york city. >> happening today house republicans vote for a new majority leader majority whip kevin mccarthy appears likely to win over raul labrador to succeed eric cantor. if he does current include chief deputy whip of illinois, louisiana congressman steve scalise and marlin stutzman of indiana. >> happening today the marine that jumped on grenade to save his best friend's life rece
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 2:00am PDT
nebraska. so, that line of storms did weaken, finally, overnight, brought a little light rain the last hour or two to new york city. that is now moving out. just light rain and much cooler conditions for you there in southern new england. most of the bad storms are over with in ohio. also just a soaking rain heading for the pittsburgh area. also right around marian and south of ft. wayne, indiana, a pretty good thunderstorm complex. but the real problems this morning are with flash flooding from minneapolis southwards down to rochester, into the quad cities. torrential rain continues at this hour. and then our friends are still dealing with more strong storms this morning through nebraska, so sioux city, sioux falls, more heavy rain today, and you have a real big flooding problem under way over the next couple of days. as far as today goes, 25 million people at risk of severe storms, including the washington, d.c.,/baltimore area. >> it is not over yet. >> not done. >> okay, thank you, bill. >>> the washington redskins are hit where it hurts the most. >>> plus, where do these sexiest p
reported along eastern sections of nebraska. moving toward the great lakes, chicago, you are not out of the clouds and storms just yet. weather system makes its way across the great lakes and the upper mississippi river valley. lots of unstable weather across the u.s. and heavy rain into the lower great lakes, as much as four inches possible. back to you guys. >> a tough map to look at today. a lot of people on the look out. kate bolduan joins us. >> we are following the latest events out of iraq. we have been talking about the fights against isis. now, the militants message may have struck here at home. what are we talking about? two men in texas have been arrested on terror related charges. one may have tried to join isis. how far is it spread sng. >>> also, the benghazi arrest. how they lured the master mind and new questions surrounding where he'll be tried. we'll look at all the implications of that coming up on "new day." >> can't wait for that. >> thanks, guys. >>> held captive by terrorists for years. bowe bergdahl is facing another battle. this one from his roommate. wait un
Telemundo
Jun 18, 2014 6:30pm PDT
monumental tornado destruyÓ todo a su paso al tocar en fe nebraska, la enorme nube en forma de embudo tomaba fuerza dejÁndolo practicamente en tinieblas miren esto el poderoso tornado provocÓ seveross daÑos en al menos 6 granjas que por fortuna no causaron lesionados. se extiende sin control un incendio esto respuesforestal e de washington, mÁs de cien po bomberoes tratan cambiado tiro el fuego que ha arrasado con mÁs de 10 mil acres y arbustos se acerca amenazante a una decenas de viviendas, al parecer las chispas de un campo de tiro desataron el incendio ayer >>> bien muchos niÑos liberados de los centros de detenciÓn fronterizos, dicen que las condiciones allÍ son de pplorabs y algunos padress dicen que desde el encierro no aguantan pasar en una celda mal oliente y duro miento sobre el piso de concreto, marÍa paula ochoa entrÓ a uno de estos lugares en nog nogales y esto fue lo que encontrÓ. tras semana de solicitud, hoy entramos al centro de procesamiento de la patrulla fronteriza en nogales que mÁs bien par ceece una correccional menores donde muchos niÑos dur febrer
NBC
Jun 18, 2014 5:30pm PDT
clean up today in nebraska where the two twin tornadoes swept through town killing two people earlier this week, including a 5-year-old girl. then last night another tornado causing damage to several farms. but thankfully no injuries. in the east, the first real heat wave of the season, temperatures in the 90s along the mid-atlantic, including philadelphia where they sent kids home early from school, then again there's the scene in northern montana, if you can believe it, where glacier national park has gotten up to 16 inches of snow since yesterday morning. leaving some folks snow bound here we are in the middle of june. >>> the pressure just increased ought the washington redskins to change their team name. starting with the fact that they may no longer have the exclusive use of their own name, in the lucrative business of nfl merchandise. the u.s. patent and trade mark office today cancelled its protection of the team's name. tonight from washington, nbc's kristin welker has more on what this all means. >> reporter: what's in a name? that's the question at the center of the
ABC
Jun 18, 2014 5:30pm PDT
, powerful tornado hovering above farms in coleridge, nebraska held still for nearly 40 minutes. >> duck down! >> reporter: the average tornado moves fast, 35 miles per hour or more, but this one not at all. when it did move, just five miles per hour, destroying farms and killing livestock. >> it was like it just never went nowhere. >> reporter: at night here's what was hiding in the dark, another tornado that families weren't able to see until lightning struck and lit up the sky. in pilger, nebraska where those twin tornados killed two people, families cleaning up are hoping for calmer skies tonight. maryann has lived here since 1972. her home was badly damaged by one of the twisters. >> have faith in god. he'll lead you to the next step. >> reporter: their faith is being tested in south dakota. a farm was hit with nearly 125 miles per hour winds. parts of the dakotas are under a watch and the severe weather threat extends east to pennsylvania and maryland. david? >> steve osunsami tonight, thank you, unbelievable. they got hit again with twisters. >>> more severe weather on the way ton
Univision
Jun 18, 2014 5:00pm PDT
limpieza en varios estados, por un tornado que hace todo un pueblo en nebraska. >> el arquero mexicano que ayer se luciÓ en la cancha. pasÓ de ser un desempleado a un hÉroe nacional. >> en cuestiÓn de segundos le compusieron un corrido. >> ellos son los tres tristes tigres, que dejaron su tristeza a un lado para inspirarse en este hombre guillermo ochoa. se inspiraron en el memo ochoa que en cuestiÓn de horas pasó a ser el hÉroe de los mexicanos y de los tigres. >> la intenciÓn principal era de hablar de todo el partido pero... >> nemo ochoa ha sido la mayor revelaciÓn. >> nemo ochoa? me fascino! >> se luciÓ gracias a Él no nos metieron una goliza. >> ahora todos esperan volverlo a ver frente a croacia. >> ahora nemo, tuvo una participaciÓn destacable, y creo que representa ahora ese rayito de esperanza. ♪ nemo ochoa hizo el partido del aÑo ♪ >> de muchas maneras los mexicanos se identifican con la actuaciÓn de nemo ochoa. >> gracias ivÁn. y si nemo ochoa, se comporta de igual modo frente a croacia, podrÍa darle la entrada a la segunda ronda. alejandro fue
KRON
Jun 18, 2014 5:00pm PDT
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